Meet the Elephants at the Elephant Conservation Adventure

In the 1900s, there were about 100,000 elephants in Thailand. Today, there are only 5,000 left (3,000 which are domesticated, and only 2,000 in the wild). As in other parts of Asia, elephants have traditionally been used to work with humans in the logging industry. In 1989, however, this industry was banned in Thailand due to deforestation and thousands of …

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Primary School English Teaching Thailand

Hi Lauren,    Thankyou and yes I had the most amazing experience! I have attached a few photos we took in Sing Buri, I’ll send some photos of the kids once I get the photos on my phone onto my computer 🙂    Highlights of the trip:   -Interacting with the kids, who are so genuinely excited to see you. …

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English Teaching Thailand

Hello Lauren I’ve sent a few pics. Just the tip of the iceberg really. I have so many more. I just wanted to say a BIG thank you. I am leaving Thailand soon, and I am not the same person I was when I arrived. Just when I thought I gave enough of myself with the work that I do, …

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Feedback on Thailand Volunteering

Highlights of the trip: Being able to ride the bikes through to village to work each day, the flexibility of free time opportunities and the great opportunity to be able to help out through this amazing program.   Being able to see the village and being taken to various locations to visit temples or the markets or shopping centres. was a …

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Elephant Conservation Adventure Thailand

    Thailand was amazing! We all really enjoyed the volunteer program, but even more so the people that ran it and the other volunteers that were there, everyone was so friendly and our coordinators were hilarious!!! Wouldn’t change it for the world.  There were just the 5 elephants and we saw them 4days of the 5 we were there …

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